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Study examines indoor exposure to air pollution

19:00 EST 20 Feb 2019 | AAAS

(Wiley) In an Indoor Air study conducted in a suburb of the city of Kuopio, Finland, relatively short-lasting wood and candle burning of a few hours increased residents' daily exposure to potentially hazardous particulate air pollution. Associations between indoor air pollutants and building ventilation or cooking were also observed.

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